Welcome To Alden Water Pumps
We have various types:- 3m, 5m, 10m
A float switch moves up and down with the liquid level. Depending on the counterweight and pre-set trigger, the mechanical switch opens or closes when it rises or lowers to specific levels. When the switch closes, an electrical current passes through the switch to the connected device. For example, when an electrical current is sent to a pump, the pump turns on.
A float switch consists of a hollow floating body and an internal switch, also called a sensor. The most common internal switch is a reed switch that has a magnet inside the body. There are other internal switch types, but all of these switches use the same working principle. The mechanical switch creates an open or closed electrical circuit depending on the water level within a tank or pond.
Reason For Choosing Us
A float switch monitors the liquid level in various residential and industrial applications. The switch is typically connected to a pump, valve (e.g., solenoid or electric ball valve), or an alarm to notify a user. Due to the variety of designs and types, they can be used in various applications. Common examples are:
Sump pump float switches can detect and actuate a pump to prevent rising water levels in the sump pit. They can be used in sump and sewage pits.
Water tank float switches can help control water levels for potable water, rainwater, wastewater, and sewage application. The pump switches on/off with the rise/fall of the float switch in the water.
Refrigerants and air conditioners use float switches for water level control.
The beverage industry uses float switches for filling or emptying beverage tanks.
Industrial washers use them to monitor the washer water level.